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So much to see, do and eat here. Walking the wall gave great views in many directions. Amazing to see the golf course where the moat used to be. Manila Cathedral is beautiful, and with a wedding going on felt a very 'happening' cathedral. I...More
Good ambience and give a good education from me nor other people. This place created as one of the historical places in the philippines. Many tourist and student go in this place because the government helps to be sentimental such as the Manila Cathedral, Museum,...More
After visiting the national museum, Intramuros is only a shot walk and will surely not disappoint you. Nice historic old town with churches, nice old neighborhoods, restaurants etc. Highly recommended for a visit.
Didn’t expect much but was pleasantly surprised.For starters this place is quieter than the rest of Manila,there are some cobbled streets,and some nice Spanish architecture.First time there we got a trike tour of all the famous spots with our back packs in tow.There was a...More
It is unique and has a lot to offer to a tourist. Though I had been to Spain for a week last year on vacation, I had a lot to learn of Spanish history & culture. The museum and church are exceptional. Short movies at...More
We talk a City Tour that ended at this little spot known as Intramuros. For outsiders it was an eye opener to realize how heavily influenced the Philippines is by the Spanish.
So this town was built by the Spanish when they were there and...More
Fascinating slice of history. This is the old walled centre of Manila with the wall still existing. There are many historical things to see within Intramuros including churches, Rizal Museum, cannons and other remnants of this old centre. If you’re not staying here, well worth...More
A visit to the Intramuros is the best introduction to colonial era Manila. Aside from San Augustin Cathedral, the interior buildings were destroyed during the second world war when most of the perimeter walls were damaged as well. Fortunately, large sections of the wall have...More
Response from DavidGunn1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, Intramuros would be a fairly easy walk from the cruise ship docks. It might take about 30 minutes. The easiest route might be to walk to the main cathedral and fort area. They are on the edge of the Intramuros.